Overview

ANGELINA is an experiment in automated game design. Recent effort was spent enhancing ANGELINA’s ability to design simple platform games with the beginnings of some creative modules that could use real-world content (like photographs and sound recordings) in a game. The result was a series of games with themes based on current affairs news stories. ANGELINA used news articles to gather photographs and sound effects, performed opinion mining on Twitter, used knowledge bases like Facebook and Conceptnet, and invented punning names for the games. A selection of the games can be played on the project site.

Features

Demo Site


Publication

Michael Cook, Simon Colton, Alison Pease – Aesthetic Considerations for Automated Platformer Design, AIIDE-2012.

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